Music: Orchestra & Toothbrush

When ten-year-olds have birthdays they must have parties. True to its years, then, was the Cleveland Orchestra when last week at home it celebrated the tenth year of its existence, the tenth also under Conductor Nikolai Sokoloff and Manager Adella Prentiss Hughes. There was a birthday concert at the Auditorium with the program which was given on Dec. n, 1918. There was a birthday dance for the musicians and their friends. There was a birthday luncheon for principals and patrons, with wrist watches and eulogies for Conductor Sokoloff and Manager Hughes, and a cake with ten candles. Patron John L....

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